Canonical Referencer

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A canonical referencer is an unambiguous referencer that is intended to be a primary referencer to a referent.



References

2002

1995

  • (Ukkonen, 1995) ⇒ Esko Ukkonen. (1995). “On–line Construction of Suffix Trees.” In: Algorithmica, 14(3).
    • QUOTE: A reference pair is canonical if [math]s[/math] is the closest ancestor of [math]r[/math] (and hence, [math]w[/math] is shortest possible). For an explicit [math]r[/math] the canonical reference pair obviously is (r, a).

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